Barnicle like creature in sewers.

Joe

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Didn't see any mention of it, so I thought I would add it for the record.

Consider all that has been said about Denver airport and what lies beneath!

Ok, so it could be a bryozoa, but then again, if a lot of life on earth was seeded from the beyond, then there are doubtless many creatures from other worlds that resemble, in some way or other, creatures on earth. But maybe there is a mechanism by which we can distinguish the earth bound ones and those that hitched a ride more recently. Maybe when we react like "eeeeewwww! what the hell is THAT!" is suggestive that it is not exactly of our world?

Just a thought! Kind of like the many reports about the instinctive predator alert that sounds in the form of the hair on the back of people's necks standing up in the presence of our natural predators. Now, supposedly humans have no natural predators. Sure, not on 3D predators anyway (and not 2D either!)
 

Cyre2067

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The original video seems to have been removed. I did a quick search and found this one: _http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQmFWYWqTZA

Seems to be the same critters. They definitely are gross beyond all mention.
 

RGG

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Oh man would my 4-year-old like to poke at that with a stick.
That's seriously disgusting and VERY disturbing. It's like an amoeba on steroids or something- maybe another lovely side-effect of the pharmaceutacles in our water? Ew.
 

RGG

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I just remembered something from a botany class I took a long time ago. We were studying organisms that were classified as "slime-molds" and I remember that they exhibited some of the traits seen in that video (could move in response to stimulus, were brightly colored and slimy).

Here's a link that explains their characteristics and has good photos as well: http://waynesword.palomar.edu/slime1.htm

If you scroll down one of the slime molds actually tried to escape its dish!
 

dant

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Perceval said:
Didn't see any mention of it, so I thought I would add it for the record.

Consider all that has been said about Denver airport and what lies beneath!

Ok, so it could be a bryozoa, but then again, if a lot of life on earth was seeded from the beyond, then there are doubtless many creatures from other worlds that resemble, in some way or other, creatures on earth. But maybe there is a mechanism by which we can distinguish the earth bound ones and those that hitched a ride more recently. Maybe when we react like "eeeeewwww! what the hell is THAT!" is suggestive that it is not exactly of our world?

Just a thought! Kind of like the many reports about the instinctive predator alert that sounds in the form of the hair on the back of people's necks standing up in the presence of our natural predators. Now, supposedly humans have no natural predators. Sure, not on 3D predators anyway (and not 2D either!)

Well, still, it grosses me out but bryozoa is something I have
not seen before. There are probably TONS of "natural predators"
on the BBM, but we just don't really put that into the foreground
of our mental processes, now do we? We just blithely forge ahead!

As for natural predators, they are probably all around, the simplest
being bacteria (how about the flesh eating ones found in certain
lakes such as in the state of Washington) and then some spiders
such as Brown recluse, poisonous sea creatures we never knew
about, and new species are being discovered all the time that we
cannot keep track! Horrors! ;)

We probably think we are superior, because we believe ourselves
of having the tools (knowledge) to defend ourselves against what
is known (assuming if we properly utilise this knowledge), however,
we probably feel threatened precisely on the things we did not know,
feeling utterly exposed?? Isn't that what causes the little hairs on our
necks to tingle, maybe just a little bit?

I wonder how humans will react when these "aliens" that are due
for some "chow time", at the "proper time" (the "Harvest")? Perhaps
all of this is simply a natural process and must pass, part of our lessons
in respecting natural processes?

Funnily, it reminds me of those old movies of the creatures that
lurks below, rises up to consume us while we are asleep! One of
those movies I am reminded of is: "The Blob"! Ha, ha, ha........
say what!?!?!? It's real!?!? NO!!! I thought it was just Hollywood! :D

Just my (humorous) thoughts & FWIW,
Dan
 

dannybananny

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We probably think we are superior, because we believe ourselves
of having the tools (knowledge) to defend ourselves against what
is known (assuming if we properly utilise this knowledge), however,
we probably feel threatened precisely on the things we did not know,
feeling utterly exposed?? Isn't that what causes the little hairs on our
necks to tingle, maybe just a little bit?

We feel scared because of programming through movies and other stuffs that teaches us that anything out there wants to eat us and that we should be scared all the time for our lives, but if we would live in the more spiritual society that wouldn't be the case because we would learn that creation has numerous ways of creating life and we wouldn't look at many beings like they are seperate from us but that we are all one( I'm not saying we don't have to be suspicious and careful), and instead I ask you what are you afraid of then? Many people are afraid for they life when they face something different and strange(even with the knowledge they have that says that the programming is very good)), why if you are not this body? Yes, you can die if you face lizzie and it can be painfull, but is the first time you died? ;)
 

Cosmos

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here is what I wrote on this thread http://www.cassiopaea.org/forum/index.php?topic=20037.msg199856;topicseen#new about this video:
what you see on the video could be"tubifex worms": http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tubifex_tubifex
here are videos of how they react to stimulation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-VDk61ayz8 / http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrWRpobA3DM&NR=1

I think that's it .
 
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